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  Bibliography: all Department’s books in Russian
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Bibliography: all Department’s books in Russian

Collective Publications:

 

  • Philosophy of Creativity. 5 th Issue. Meaningful dimensions of the sociocultural spaces of creativity /Eds.: Natalia Smirnova, Irina Beskova. Moscow: IIntell, 2019.
  • Philosophy of Creativity. 4 th Issue. Images of Creativity in the Diversity of Socio-cultural practices /Eds.: Natalia Smirnova, Irina Beskova. Moscow: IIntell, 2018. Philosophy of Creativity. 3nd  Issue. Creativity and Human Life-World / Eds: Natalia Smirnova, Irina Beskova. Moscow: IIntell, 2017. – 382 p.
  • Philosophy of Creativity. 2nd  Issue. Cognitive and Sociocultural Dimensions / Eds: Natalia Smirnova, Anatoly Maidanov. Moscow: IIntell, 2016. – 314 p.
  • Philosophy of Creativity  / Eds: Smirnova, Andrei Alexeev. Moscow: IIntell, 2015. – 476 p.
  • Experience and Meaning / Ed. by Natalia Smirnova. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2014. – 476 p.
  • Intersubjectivity in Science and Philosophy / Ed. by Natalia Smirnova. Moscow: Canon+, 2014. – 416 p.
  • The Problem of Imagination in Evolutionary Epistemology  / Ed. by Helena Knyazeva. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2013. – 207 p.
  • Evolutionary Epistemology:  the Modern Discussion and Trends  / Eds: Helena Knyazeva. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2012. – 236 p.
  • Creativity: Epistemological Analysis / Eds: Helena Knyazeva. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2011. – 226 p.
  • The Embodiment as an Epistemological Phenomenon. / Eds: Irina Beskova. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2009. – 231 p.
  • Multidimentionality of Truth / Eds: Anatoly A. Gorelov and Michail M. Novoselov. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2008. – 215 p.
  • Oppositions and Paradoxes (Methodological Analysis). / Eds: Irina A. Gerasimova. Moscow: Canon+, 2008.
  • The Visual Image (Interdisciplinary Studies). / Eds: Irina A. Gerasimova. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2008.
  • Philosophy of Science. Issue 12 (The Phenomenon of Cosciousness). / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2006.
  • Contradiction and Discourse. / Eds: Irina A. Gerasimova. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2005.
  • Philosophy. Encyclopaedia. / Eds: Alexander A. Ivin. Moscow: Gardariki, 2004. – 1072 p.
  • Evolution. Thinking. Cosciousness. / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: Canon+, 2004. – 352 p.
  • Thought and the Art of Argumentation. / Eds: Irina A. Gerasimova. Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2003.
  • Evolution. Language. Cognition. / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: Languages of the Russian Culture, 2000.
  • Facets of Scientific Creativity. / Eds: Anatoly S. Majdanov. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 1999. – 284 p.
  • Evolutionary Epistemology: Problems and Prospects. / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: The Russian Political Encyclopaedia Publishers, 1996.
  • Evolution, Culture, Cognition. / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 1996.
  • The Scientific Progress: The Cognitive and Socio-cultural Aspects. / Eds: Igor P. Merkulov. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 1993. – 197 p. 

 

 

 Main  Monographs:

 

  • Anatoly Gorelov. Stanislava Filipenok, Elena Yaroslavtseva. Creativity, Human Being, Science. Moscow, IPH RAS, 2018. - 101 p. ISBN 978-5-9540-0336-9;
  • Anatoly Gorelov. Russian Revolution and the Civilizational Principles of Russia. Moscow, Telecom, 2018. 166 p. ISBN 978-5-9912-0717-1;
  • Natalia M. Smirnova. Meaning and Creativity. Moscow, Canon+ , 2017. – 304 p.
  • Julia Morkina. Poetic Creativity: Philosophical Analysis. Moscow, Canon+ , 2017. – 304 p.
  • Anatoly Majdanov. Epistemology and Logic of the Myth: the Heavenly, the Terrestrial, the Human. URSS, Moscow. 2017. – 600 p.
  • Natalia M. Smirnova, Anatoly A. Gorelov, Julia S. Morkina. Creativity, Meaning, Interpretation. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2016. – 137 p.
  • Natalia M. Smirnova,  Irina A. Beskova, Anatoly S. Majdanov. Language, Meaning, Creativity. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2015. – 141 p.
  • Natalia M. Smirnova. Social Phenomenology in the Study of Contemporary Society. Moscow: Canon+, 2009. – 400 p.
  • Irina A. Beskova,  Helena Knyazeva, Daria A. Beskova. The Nature and Images of Embodimentl. Moscow, Progress-Tradition, 2011. – 456 p.
  • Julia S. Morkina. Social Epistemology by David Bloor: Origins and Philosophical Meaning. Moscow, 2012. – 256p.
  • Natalia M. Smirnova. From Social Metaphisics to Phenomenology of  the “Natural Attitude”. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 1997. – 223 p.
  • Irina A. Beskova, Irina A. Gerasimova, Igor P. Merkulov. The Phenomenon of Consciousness. Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2010. – 367 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. The Human Preferences. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2010.
  • Anatoly A. Gorelov. Truth and Meaning. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2010. – 152 p.
  • Anatoly S. Majdanov. Perception of Beauty by Blind People. Moscow: Canon+, 2010. – 648 p.
  • Anatoly S. Majdanov. Methodology of Scientific Creativity. Moscow: LKI Publishers, 2008. – 208 p.
  • Elena N. Shulga. Understanding and Interpretation. Moscow: Nauka, 2008. 
  • Helena Knyazeva, Sergei P. Kurdyumov. Synergetics: Nonlinearity of Time and Landscapes of Co-evolution. Moscow: KomKniga/URSS, 2007 (The 2nd extended edition, 2011).
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Axiology. Moscow: Higher School Publishers, 2006. – 390 p.
  • Igor P. Merkulov. Epistemology (Cognitive and Evolutionary Approach). Vol. 2. St. Petersburg, 2006.  
  • Helena Knyazeva, Sergei P. Kurdyumov. Foundations of Synergetics. Man Constructing Himself and His Future. Moscow: KomKniga/URSS, 2006 (The 4th edition, 2011).
  • Michail M. Novoselov. Abstraction in Labyrinths of Cognition (The Logical Analysis). Moscow, 2005 (The 2nd edition, 2010).
  • Helena Knyazeva, Sergei P. Kurdyumov. Foundations of Synergetics. The Synergetic Worldview. Moscow: KomKniga/URSS, 2005 (the 3rd extended edition, Librokom/URSS, 2010).
  • Irina A. Beskova. The Nature of Dreams (The Epistemological Analysis). Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2005.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. The Modern Philosophy of Science. Moscow: Higher School Publishers, 2005.
  • Elena N. Shulga. Problems of Pre-understanding in Hermeneitics, Phenomenology, Sociology. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2004.
  • Igor P. Merkulov. Epistemology (The Cognitive and Evolutionary Approach). Vol.1. St. Petersburg, 2003. – 472 p.
  • Elena N. Shulga. The Cognitive Hermeneutics. Moscow Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2002.
  • Anatoly S. Majdanov. The Process of Scientific Creative Activities. 2nd edition. Moscow, 2002. – 208 p.
  • Helena Knyazeva, Sergei P. Kurdyumov. Foundations of Synergetics. Blow-up Regimes, Self-organization, Tempo-worlds. St. Petersburg: Aletheia, 2002.
  • Irina A. Beskova. Evolution and Consciousness: A New View. Moscow: Indrik, 2002.
  • Michail M. Novoselov. Logic of Abstractions (The Methodological Analysis). Part 1. Moscow, 2000. Part 2. Moscow, 2003.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Jan Łukasiewicz’s Modal Theories.  Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2001.
  • Irina A. Beskova. Evolution and Consciousness. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2001.
  • Igor P. Merkulov. The Cognitive Evolution. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 1999. – 312 p.
  • Helena Knyazeva. The Odyssey of Scientific Mind: The Synergeic View of Scientific Progress. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 1995.

 

Textbooks and Tutorials:

  

  • Gorelov A.A., Gorelova T.A. Fundamentals of Philosophy: a Tutorial. M.: KnoRus, 2017. 228 p.
  • Natalia M. Smirnova Methodology of Social-Humanitarian Cognition. Moscow, Humanity, 2011. – 48 p.
  • Bogolubov L., Lasebnikova, Natalia M. Smirnova (eds.). Social Knowledge. Textbook For Comprehensive School. Moscow, Prosveschenie, 2007. – 416 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Logic. Moscow: Higher School Publishers, 2010. – 304 p.
  • Anatoly A. Gorelov. Conceptions of the Modern Natural Sciences. Moscow: Akademia Press, 2009. – 335 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. The Modern Logic. (Series “Science for Everybody”). Fryazino: Vek-2, 2009. – 384 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Philosophy of Science. Moscow: URSS 2007. – 264 p.
  • Helena Knyazeva. Management and Synergetics. St. Petersburg: “Book House” Publishers, 2007 (The 2nd edition, St. Petersburg, 2009) (in co-authorship with Oleg Ya. Gelikh).
  • Igor P. Merkulov. The Cognitive Abilities. Moscow: The Institute of Philosophy of RAS Publishers, 2005. .– 182 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Foundations of Social Philosophy. Moscow: Higher School Publishers, 2005. – 440 p.
  • Anatoly A. Gorelov. Ethics. Moscow, 2005. - 416 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Logic. Moscow: Higher School Publishers, 2004.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Logic for Lawyers. Moscow: Gardariki, 2004. – 288 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Rhetoric: The Art to Convince. Moscow: Grand, 2002. – 304 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Logic for Journalists. Moscow: Aspect-Press, 2002. – 224 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. Logic. Elementary Course. Moscow: Gardariki, 2001. – 24 p.
  • Alexander A. Ivin. The Theory of Argumentation. Moscow: Gardariki, 2000.
  • Anatoly A. Gorelov. Philosophy. Moscow, 2001.